What are the different types of cluster lights?
We offer a range of standard cluster ceiling lights, such as simple 3 light cluster lights that can be adjusted in length upon installation. Alternatively, we can also provide you with a custom light fitting to suit your space and style. Speak with one of our designers for a custom fitting.
Dish cluster lights
As the name suggests, the overall look of this design forms a bowl or ‘dish’ shape, with each individual light suspended at the same height.
Dish clusters are commonly added to spaces where light may need to be spread over a larger area, like in a hotel foyer where a 19 light cluster chandelier may be installed to create impact.
They are also popular with just 3 lights over areas such as kitchen islands and dining tables.
Staggered cluster lights
This cluster light is designed to hang from a singular fixing point with the individual pendants suspended at different lengths to create a staggered look.
Just like with our other clusters this can contain as many individual lights as you would like, with cable lengths as long as you would like. However, we usually recommend a staggered cluster of lights to feature anywhere from 3 to 15 lights.
These would normally be applied where a long drop cluster pendant light is required, such as in a stairwell, to provide light for each level.
Staged cluster lights
With individual lights arranged at a variety of heights in an organised formation across a stainless steel plate, this cluster chandelier is perfect for large spaces such as hotel reception areas and large stairwells.
What are the options available with cluster lights?
All of our cluster lights are hand assembled and finished in our on-site workshop in Herefordshire. They are made using high quality brass components that have been sourced from around the UK.
The glass shades included within our cluster designs are made of mouth-blown borosilicate glass. We offer five different glass types, ranging from a simple clear glass to an eye-catching smoked glass!
Take a look at our finishes and glass types in our brochures.
need a little help?
Struggling to find which cluster chandelier is right for you and the space you are trying to illuminate? Why not come and view our cluster lights for yourself! Book an in person appointment with one of our designers at either our London or Herefordshire showroom.